From my experience, kitty litter was good with oils, it was water based liquids that didn't absorb. We use a commercial oil absorbent for oils that is litter without the perfumes. Something should be noticed as low, at least the vitals that you can check. A color would really be helpful. If you can, park it over a piece of cardboard, or white paper, and see if that helps. Otherwise, check the fluids(trans, oil, coolant, brake, and power steering), and verify that they all are full. Monitor from a full point and see which one is losing liquid. I'm a technician at a Cadillac dealer, and can say that anything has a potential to leak. The coolant can be kind of oily depending on the concentration, it will be pink. You have level monitoring on engine oil, coolant, and brake fluid, that will give you a warning on the dash. The other fluids won't, they need physically checked.
Saturday, February 7th, 2009 AT 12:51 PM